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At Dog Milk, we spend all year sourcing the best dog-friendly products for modern pups and their design-savvy owners — especially those of you with an eye for urban edge. This holiday season is no exception. We've rounded up some of our favorite gift ideas for you and your holiday hound.
This classic, candy-striped scarf should be a cold-weather staple for your dog this winter. He'll stay warm and look cool while sporting a cashmere blend for just $8.50!
If you're searching for a hip dog tag, look no further than Flash Gordon's 3-D options. We're blown away by their craftsmanship and lifetime guarantee; $46.99.
These retro-inspired reindeer toys will have you waxing nostalgic for holidays past, while they entertain your dog in the present; from $8.
Impress holiday guests by dressing your dog to the nines in a dapper Loyal Luxe Gamer bow tie; $18.
Your dog will relish ringing in the New Year with these good fortune cookies; $6.95.
Moschino is known for coveted high-fashion goods, which is why we're thrilled the designers there have applied some of that incredible style sense to dog accessories this year — like this chic dog bone collar; $59.
Cover your dog's bed with a holiday Rudolph duvet and we guarantee you'll be excited to pull it out for years to come. Available in small, medium/large and huge; from $25.
Clip a bone-adorned felt bag onto a belt loop or purse for a convenient place to stash poop sacks. It may just be the perfect gift for your dog walker; from $24.
Osso & Co.
You already know your dog is the coolest — and soon the whole neighborhood will, too, when he struts the streets in this urban hoodie. Available from extra small to extra large sizes; from $29.
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